Bole: DCE pledges to improve on girl child education
District Chief Executive (DCE) for Bole in Northern Region, Madam Veronica Alele Heming says her number one priority will be how to improve on girl child education in the Bole District to make the girls productive and useful to not only to the area but mother Ghana.

Date Created : 6/29/2017 4:20:11 AM : Story Author : Rosemary Obeng-Yeboah/ ghanadistricts.com


According to the DCE,  she will personally adopt the Bole model Girls Senior High School (SHS) and make it a standard one for needy but brilliant school girls.

 She appealed to all and sundry in the Bole District Assembly to support her in the administration and development of the district adding “everyone has something to offer to the Bole District and Ghana”.

 Speaking with ghanadistricts.com, Madam Veronica Alele disclosed that her vision for the Bole District is in line with the development agenda of the NPP government led by Nana Akufo-Addo which is geared towards education, health, Agriculture, water and sanitation but bemoaned the uneasy calm in the District because of a few Chieftaincy disputes.

 While commending the security agencies and all the peace loving citizens for working towards bringing the needless conflict situations under control, she appealed to everyone to contribute their quota to sustain the needed peace in the District for development.

 The DCE who was the Women Organiser of the United Kingdom (UK) branch of the New Patriotic Party (NPP,) thanked President Nana Akufo-Addo for nominating her as DCE for Bole and also thanked the Assemblymen of the Bole District Assembly for confirming her as DCE .

 Madam Alele commended all her predecessors especially Mr James Jaaga, the immediate past DCE for Bole for how far they have taken the Bole District. “Each an every one of them brought an appreciable level of development to the District” she added.

 “I encouraging everyone in the Bole District especially the youth to embrace the planting for food and jobs which will alleviate poverty”